About dr Amanda Saracino
Dr Amanda Saracino is a clinical and academic Dermatologist currently working in Melbourne, both in private practice, and at the Alfred Hospital. After 12 years of general medical and specialty Dermatology training in Melbourne to become a Fellow of the Australasian College of Dermatologists, Amanda undertook two subspecialty fellowships in London; one in complex medical Dermatology and another in Connective Tissue Diseases. She was subsequently appointed to a permanent consultant post at the Royal Free Hospital in London, where she worked with Dermatology and Rheumatology in the UK / Europe’s largest Scleroderma and Connective Tissue Disease center. Alongside this Amanda also worked closely with the Lupus Unit at University College London Hospital, engaged actively in both clinical and genetic research and ran her own medical dermatology private practice on London’s prestigious Harley Street.
Amanda has a PhD from University College London in the genetics and molecular aetiopathogenesis of sclerotic skin diseases, is actively involved in ongoing research in the field of connective tissue diseases and continues to teach and mentor Dermatology trainees with the Australasian College of Dermatologists.
Amanda’s qualifications, awards and professional memberships are detailed below.